• If your Aventador Ultimae went down along with the shipthink about owning this Countach in a few days for the same money.
• Lamborghini released only 610 Quattrovalvole models from 1985 to 1988, and this one put up for auction until Monday, April 25th.
• Ownership of Countach gives lifelong rights to a valet in front of any Miami nightclub.
Door-scissors started with the Lamborghini Countach. Technically they debuted on another masterpiece by Marcello Gandini a few years ago, but it was never the case that the car designer insisted on vertical hinges and hydraulic racks to keep the door in place. In 1974, it made no practical sense, and in 2022 it still makes insurance adjusters unattended. 1987 Countach 5000 Quattrovalvole sold twice as much as new Hurricane Technica because it has two doors that open right way. It’s on “Bring the Trailer,” which is like Car and driver, is part of Hearst Autos – and sits quietly in Sikon, Massachusetts, ready for re-enactment Race from the cannonball.
The winner will receive a DVD of this 1981 film, a reconstruction in itself our own Cannonball Run. Even better are the new spark plugs, the fresh Pirelli P7 with the correct period with the most extreme wobble (225 front / 345 rear) and all in dizzyingly perfect condition except the electric mirror switch. Not that mirrors matter on Countach.
The red tan scheme is called Rosso Siviglia sull Senape, so practice these words for the first few miles (at an odometer of about 4,500, which is shown in kilometers). And then, it’s the Quattrovalvole: four valves per cylinder, a total of 48, which draws even more power from the 5.2-liter V-12 and helps create the most pious vocals of any supercar of the 1980s. Lamborghini built 610 Countach models to meet QV specifications between 1985 and 1988 and only 66 with fuel injection. This is one of them.
As with all Lamborghini V-12s built a few years ago, the factory did not include handling and agility, despite two seats hovering inches above the ground and OZ wheels with their “telephone dial” design. holes. There is no ease in driving. Several Countach owners are so annoyed with pedaling and steering that they have upgraded the electrical system and looser throttle cables. The seller of this Countach is not one of them.
Another week before that auction ends Monday, April 25, bidding – $ 500,000. A word of advice for the next Countach owner: we recommend immediately removing American bumpers that damage the Bugatti Chiron or Aston Martin Vantage just as badly as this 1987 Lambo. Gandhi was not interested in our bumper laws 5 miles per hour aimed at helping Oldsmobile drivers return to another car in Sears without damage. For parking, however, Lamborghini believed that scissor doors promote visibility from behind so that the driver can stick his head out and lean on the doorstep while unscrewing the clutch. Wisely, instead of some horrible extra backup camera from Amazon, the seller replaced the driver’s door rack. This is the most important part in Countach.
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